If a friend is trying to help you with an incident you're suffering with, he might ask you: "Can you see it now?" And when you reply that you can, he might say to you: "Well its not happening now - I don't see anything of the kind!" And you, of course will be embarrassed. So, if he asks you if you see it happening again, and you say no, he might say to you:"Well if you can't picture it now, how can you be sure that it really happened?"
What he's done for you is to question the reality the experience you were reliving and recast it as a memory; a memory that you can doubt if you choose, but one that can also be used to deny the events you describe (see Retrospectives). We've found that we're in good company online with others working on similar problems, like the people at Cern.
If our actual experiences are compromised by doubts about our perceptions, then a system that has rational motivations for covering-up an incident, such as the trama of proceedures common to Medical Practices, then they might suggest alternative beliefs for you to consider in order to help you recover. For example: I've found that I've been able to combat some forms of censorship by using rigorous code compliance and design strategies conforming to W3C Standards on the Grid. Originally, I had to comply with content changes expected of me to be rid of the faulty page formatting.
An evaluation of incompetence is used to support an industry dependent upon it, not the person being evaluated. The outcome of an evaluation is determined by the examiner's means, methods, and motives, not the patient.
The frustration and anger that results from endless efforts to avoid risk for example mires us in mediocrity. Its a form of insanity; though you might think you have a case for your paranioa, your frustration leads to aggression turns us into the inhuman animals we've been trying to identify, suggesting that we might now need more restraint than the those we're trying to convict. If we endlessly postulate possible scenarios to determine if a subject has shame in the matter, we're guilty of the same inhumanity that we seek to prosecute, and we prove that we too are inhumane.
We are being asked to examine our own behavior, and when we try to blame others, we make matters worse. Constantly seeking to identify a problem, we point to our own methods of evaluation to illustrate how it happened. And once its on us, its hard to keep off of others. Like a Doctor writing scripts to treat a condition, he'll only have work with another complaint. It's sad, but true. Its what we do. We are always on the lookout for adaptations to problems we encounter in daily living. In this example, by trying to understand the motivation for terrorism, we suggest possibile motivations to be rid of what we agree to object to. Please see: Self Examination.